Heavenly Oreo Dessert

Heavenly Oreo Dessert is so named because it’s heavenly. One bite and you’ll never get this easy dessert out of your head. And it’s a no bake recipe so, bonus!

Heavenly Oreo Dessert

This is one of those desserts that you can’t get out of your head.

As in, you’ll wake up in the night craving another piece.
As in, you’ll eat it for breakfast (hypothetically speaking, of course).
As in, you could eat the entire thing on your own, if you were into that sort of thing.
Confession: I did the first two things. I barely fought off the third thing.
 I made this about 3 weeks ago. Lance was gone to WY and my mom was visiting. We ate some that night for dessert. I sent her home with some and that left about half the dish with me. I totally finished it off by.my.self.
In like 3 days.
My kids didn’t want any leftovers which was totally awesome and I didn’t even fight them on it at all even after I repeatedly asked them if they were sure. So what’s a mom to do?
 Then I saw it on Picky-Palate last week as “Chocolate Lasagna”. That name is ok, but it truly is Heavenly and I stand by the name. You’ll see.
 

 Now can you see why you’ll be dreaming about this tonight?

Heavenly Oreo Dessert
 
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Serves: 15
Ingredients
  • 1 (15.5 oz.) package of Oreo cookies
  • ½ c. butter, melted
  • 2 pkg. (3.9 oz each) Chocolate Instant Pudding
  • 3¼ c. cold milk
  • 2 containers (8 oz. each) Cool Whip
  • 8 oz. cream cheese, softened
  • 1 c. powdered sugar
Directions
  1. Crush all Oreo cookies in a food processor until crushed. You could also put the cookies in a large resealable bag and crush using a rolling pin. That's what I did. I don't have a food processor and a blender definitely does not work for this job.
  2. Save ½ c. of the crumbs for the topping.
  3. Pour the remaining crumbs into a 9x13 dish and add the melted butter. Stir and press into the bottom of the dish to make a crust.
  4. In a bowl, whisk together the pudding mix and milk.
  5. Set in the fridge for now.
  6. Blend cream cheese until smooth. Add powdered sugar.
  7. Mix and fold in one container of Cool Whip. Spread over the crust.
  8. Add pudding and spread over the cream cheese mixture. Top with the other Cool Whip.
  9. Sprinkle the ½ c. Oreo crumbs over top.
  10. Keep refrigerated until ready to serve. Refrigerate leftovers.
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Be sure to check out my other Heavenly Oreo Dessert Recipes HERE.

47 Comments

Looks deliciously yummy! My daughter loves Oreos! Thank you for the recipe!<br />I can&#39;t make the pin it button work tho, so since I follow you, I&#39;ll go there, after I drool over the rest of your pics!

Oh Honey! I am soooo with you…let me at it…I could devour this quickly all by myself. ;-} It looks sooo inviting and mouth watering. Thanks a million for sharing..you can be sure I&#39;ll be thinking of this one a lot! =)

I don&#39;t think it would have taken me 3days to finish it off…maybe 3 sittings on the same day :)<br />I agree, heavenly seems to describe it well. I want to reach through the screen and have at it, haha!

I understand your dilemma…the kids didn&#39;t want it, so you couldn&#39;t waste it!!! Been there done that! Now I want to do it again with this delicious looking oreo treat…I will be dreaming of this for sure!!!

Thanks for sharing at Weekend Potluck! I just got done printing it! You are right &quot;lasagna&quot; has no place in the title!<br /> ~Tonya from 4 little Fergusons

Hi!! You just posted this wonderful recipe at the Bloglovin&#39; Hop on my blog. If you could link up your Bloglovin page instead that would be great.<br /><br />You can share your recipe on my linky party which will be live tonight.

It looks like a piece of heaven…. I&#39;m saving the recipe! :)<br /><br />Thanks for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!

Hey girly, I featured another one of your amazing desserts this week at Weekend Potluck. You know how much I love your Warm Lemony Dessert and I always have such good luck with your sweet treats that I just can&#39;t help myself..lol. Hope you have a great weekend!!

Hi Mandy,<br />I am drooling! This is an awesome dessert that we will just love. Hope you are having a great spring week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.<br />Come Back Soon!<br />Miz Helen

This is a silly question but….do you make the pudding or leave it as powder when you add it to the middle of this delicious dessert?

Omg&#39;oodness!! This looks amazing!! I do have a question though…I would like to know if there&#39;s some other type of chocolate that I could use…I really don&#39;t care for pudding….but I&#39;d love some type of chocolate…frosting?…even if it hardened somewhat!?!? Open to any ideas….

OK so I realize this is an old post and you probably won&#39;t see it, but I am making it for mothers day and my husband could only find 3.3 oz packages of instant pudding, so he bought 3…(9.9 oz total) should I just make them all and use the majority of it but not all or use only 2 and have a total of 6.6 oz (as opposed to the 7.8 your 2 3.9s add up to…) would appreciate any help! thanks!!

Hey Kelsey,<br />You can use 3, just not all of it or you can go with 2 boxes. It won&#39;t hurt to have some extra pudding in there as long as it will fit in your pan. Good luck 🙂

Oh my goodness! This is divine. I made this Heavenly Oreo Dessert for Easter and my husband has been asking for it to replace all birthday cakes in future. 😉

Curious if you could replace milk with almond or coconut? Has anyone tried it?

Thanks for sharing, Mandy!!!

I’ve never tried it but I’m sure you could. It would be like using skim milk as far as consistency. Give it a try and let me know! I’m glad you and your husband liked it so much!

Hi Melinda! Cool Whip is an immitation whipped cream. It’s non dairy and holds up better than whipped cream. You could use homemade whipped cream but it won’t last as long before breaking down so eat it quick.

Hi Mandy

Do we use full cream milk? Is the butter salted or unsalted?

I need to make this dessert tomorrow for a one dish party. Looks great!!!!

I just use 2% or whole milk. I always use salted butter in my recipes because I love it. I hope you like it!

Hi Mandy
Thanks for your reply. This dessert was an instant hit with the guests at the party. The kids just loved it, and the adults kept raving about how decadent it was. The ladies kept on asking me for the recipe 😊.

I’m sure going to try your other dessert recipes as well. You have won me.

Xx
Tara

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